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Old 05-08-2013, 08:02 PM   #15
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And a 8 rib conversion kit along with it. Belt slippage is sure to be an issue. And are the new SLP Chargers coming with 'pinning' kits? I thought I read something about them not needing (included) with the stock config kit. So if you go with more boost you will probably want to pin the crank?
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Old 05-08-2013, 08:42 PM   #16
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Pinned it a while ago. No slippage on the 3.6" (SLP 91 mm) @ 9psi, we'll see how the 3.4" fairs.
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And a 8 rib conversion kit along with it. Belt slippage is sure to be an issue. And are the new SLP Chargers coming with 'pinning' kits? I thought I read something about them not needing (included) with the stock config kit. So if you go with more boost you will probably want to pin the crank?
We offer balancer Pining kits for smaller than stock pulleys on the SLP

The SLP has so much belt wrap slippage is not as Prevalent as other blowers.

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Good to know. Thanks Ted!

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We offer balancer Pining kits for smaller than stock pulleys on the SLP

The SLP has so much belt wrap slippage is not as Prevalent as other blowers.

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I forgot to post the pulley is very high quality as well. Hoping to drive it on Sun, weather permitting.
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I forgot to post the pulley is very high quality as well. Hoping to drive it on Sun, weather permitting.
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We offer balancer Pining kits for smaller than stock pulleys on the SLP

The SLP has so much belt wrap slippage is not as Prevalent as other blowers.

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What is the most HP you've made on the new SLP unit?
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What is the most HP you've made on the new SLP unit?
Since we just got the pulleys time will tell, that story.

The TVS 2300 so far Makes exactly the same power as the Maggie TVS2300

The Advantage, Less moving parts without the Jackshaft,

Better belt wrap due to pulley location.

Larger intercooler for Lower IAT,

Easier installation.

Cleaner Look,

Easier maintenance like changing injectors,

Port Matched Base Manifold.

There will always be a limit to what a 6 Rib Belt can turn but this one will turn More HP before an 8 or 10 Rib conversion is necessary.

I see 650 RWHP Being Very Easy with Cam and Headers.

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Old 05-11-2013, 07:14 PM   #23
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Since we just got the pulleys time will tell, that story.

The TVS 2300 so far Makes exactly the same power as the Maggie TVS2300

The Advantage, Less moving parts without the Jackshaft,

Better belt wrap due to pulley location.

Larger intercooler for Lower IAT,

Easier installation.

Cleaner Look,

Easier maintenance like changing injectors,

Port Matched Base Manifold.

There will always be a limit to what a 6 Rib Belt can turn but this one will turn More HP before an 8 or 10 Rib conversion is necessary.

I see 650 RWHP Being Very Easy with Cam and Headers.

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Loving the install Ted. The Power is addicting!!! Thankyou again!!
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Got two pulls in tonight in 3rd with the 3.4" pulley, saw a peak of 9.6 psi@ 6300 rpm.

60-100 mph time logged with HPTuners scanner was 4.01 sec on the best one. Shaved off another .2 sec and gained over 1 psi compared to the SLP 91mm (3.6") 55* ambient, 93* IAT's.
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Got two pulls in tonight in 3rd with the 3.4" pulley, saw a peak of 9.6 psi@ 6300 rpm.

60-100 mph time logged with HPTuners scanner was 4.01 sec on the best one. Shaved off another .2 sec and gained over 1 psi compared to the SLP 91mm (3.6") 55* ambient, 93* IAT's.
How is your fuel pressure holding up?
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Loving the install Ted. The Power is addicting!!! Thankyou again!!
Great, Glad your enjoying it.

I guess that warranty is going to have a short Lifespan, Bye Bye
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How is your fuel pressure holding up?
Starting to taper off with E70 in the tank @.78 lambda PE. Seeing around 54 psi line pressure, so ~45 psi at the inj tip. IDC in the mid 70's on the ID850's.

Need more pump. lol.
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Starting to taper off with E70 in the tank @.78 lambda PE. Seeing around 54 psi line pressure, so ~45 psi at the inj tip. IDC in the mid 70's on the ID850's.

Need more pump. lol.
Yeah, I kinda figured that.

Great Feedback Thank you for your hard work and Sharing.

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